One-third of seniors say a family member coordinates their care, but another one-third say no one does.
The pharmaceutical leader's move comes after the American Diabetes Association asked Congress to investigate rising insulin prices.
The study found that peer support helped even if the person providing help did not have diabetes but simply had knowledge on the disease.
The study found that periodic interruptions over the course of the day were better for improving levels of insulin resistance than a single burst of exercise.
Researchers considered finding a diabetes drug that also produced a cardiovascular benefit to be a "holy grail."


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